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Bristol Bay

Find the best restaurants in Bristol Bay, Alaska

The Bristol Bay Area, Alaska

The Bristol Bay area, also known as Iilgayaq Bay, was among the first boroughs of Alaska. It was officially incorporated in Alaska's boroughs back in 1962 and it has the borough seat at Naknek. At the 2010 census, there were under 1000 people living in the Bristol Bay area. So, we can say that this area is pretty wild, ideal for those looking to find places undisturbed by the presence of man. Still, it is also the smallest of the Alaskan boroughs, as the area sums up just 888 square miles or 2,300 square kilometers. When it comes to population centers, there are three in Bristol Bay, and they are Naknek, South Naknek, and King Salmon. An interesting fact is that King Salmon serves as borough seat for Lake and Peninsula Borough, a neighboring area.

Things to do and see in Bristol Bay, Alaska

The Bristol Bay Area is ideal for those looking to enjoy the beauty of nature or activities in the outdoors. Whether you are coming to this area during the summer or winter, you will always have something fun and interesting to do. You can go wildlife viewing in one of the area's national parks and refuges. For instance, the Becharof National Wildlife Refuge and Katmai National Park are worth seeing. Those interested in the history of the area can find out more about it at the Bristol Bay Historical Society Museum. And if you are the kind of person that enjoys the outdoors, you will have the possibility to go fishing, hunting, or simply camping. There are specially created areas for all sorts of outdoor activities, so you will have all the comfort you need. Just do beware of the fact that the area is populated by bears. There will be warning signs in areas preferred by bears, so just pay attention to these signs and make a lot of noise if you enter the bear territory.

Restaurants in Bristol Bay, Alaska

Whether you are looking for eateries or a place that also serves drinks at the end of the day, the offer is varied in the Bristol Bay area. The number of inhabitants may not be large, but they do like to eat out and get some drinks with family and friends. The following list of restaurants will show you that eating out in Bristol Bay is not mission impossible.

D&D Restaurant - If you're craving for a pizza, even if it's late at night, this restaurant will be capable of satisfying your food craving. Some say that this restaurant, located in Naknek, has the best pizza in the entire Bristol Bay area. Well, whether this is true or not, you will have to see for yourself. But, do bear in mind that it opens only at 11 AM since it is open until late in the night. So, no breakfast is served at this restaurant.

Eddie's Fireplace Inn - a great restaurant to visit if you want to enjoy classic American dishes that are served fairly quickly and are available at more than reasonable prices. Located in King Salmon, this restaurant serves everything from breakfast to lunch, and dinner. But, because it is the only location that opens early in the morning, it can get rather crowded by the impressive number of people choosing to have breakfast here.

Sockeye Salmon - whether you are in the mood for a salad or grilled cheese sandwich with French fries, this restaurant will make you feel like visiting a friend, rather than dining downtown. The atmosphere is friendly and cozy, and you will end up feeling like a member of the family, not a guest. The food also has a homemade-like taste, so there are high chances you'll love it. The restaurant is located in King Salmon.

Red Dog Inn - this is the best place to visit if you want to eat and drink and enjoy quick and friendly services. The staff at this restaurant in Naknek is lovely, the food is great, and you will also have a wide range of drinks to enjoy as well.

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